People-centric actions behind Tashi’s political success: Ompo

By Pradeep Kumar ITANAGAR, Nov 29: People of Lumla assembly constituency have elected Jambey Tashi for third consecutive term for he has justified   the adage of  former US president Abraham Lincoln “government of the people, by the people, for the people” by his thoughtful actions, said  Ompo, resident of Bleting, last village bordering China. “He has always stood with the masses at the time of their needs by touring his constituency t least twice in a month and has taken bold steps by prioritizing education and health sectors”, Ompo said, adding without expansion…

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IAS officers’ role pivotal in Nation building: Khandu

MUSSOORIE, Nov 29:  “Times are changing and IAS officers should  keep themselves updated with latest trend and be ready to adapt to changes,” said Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu in his address to valedictory function of mid-career training programme for 325 trainees of 2019 batch  at  Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) here on Friday. “It is an honour and pride to attend the event and interact with IAS officers from across India. Since IAS officers are spread all over the country and hails from different regions, caste…

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APP cops donate blood to set example for others to emulate

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Nov 29: Arunachal Pradesh capital Itanagar witnessed a unique voluntary blood donation camp, organized by Arunachal Voluntary Blood Donor’s Organization (AVBDO) in collaboration of TRIMHS, RKM Hospital and State Blood Transfusion Council in fire station here on Friday, where police officers made a long queue followed by cops to save life. In his inaugural address to large number of police personnel waiting to donate blood, DIGP Apur Bitin lauded the camp, particularly ABVDO chairman Ramesh Jeke Tatung & chief advisor Pradeep Kumar for their…

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SAD benefits local residents

ITANAGAR, Nov 29: Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp was organised at Lekhi Govt. middle school on Friday by various departments of Capital Complex district administration to facilitate services to citizens, which was inaugurated by gaon buri Tok Yajur. The camp benefited citizens residing in and around Lekhi   area. The next SAD camp will held at Lobi Govt. middle school on December 6 next. (DIPRO)

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Ma’rashtra election results indicate fast changing choice for party: Taya

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Nov 28: The NCP-Shiv Sena-Congress took over rule in Maharashtra on November 26 frustrating all out efforts of the BJP to regain power which clearly indicated the as to how the saffron brigade disrespected democracy, said APCC spokesman-cum-general secretary Chera Taya. Moreover, the overall election result indicated the choice of people for political party as was clearly proved on November 19 by the results of Rajasthan urban local bodies’ elections. The ruling Rajasthan Congress was successful in making its councillors as board chairperson in…

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Education on priority agenda of Khamtis 

A biotechnologist in making By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Nov 28: The Khamtis or Tai Khamptis are one of the progressive communities of multi-ethnic state of Arunachal Pradesh who always attach priority to education. A recent meeting with a young girl Amla Namchoom, daughter of T Namchoom, after schooling from Sun Flower School in Namsai headed to Dehradun for higher qualification. She returned after obtaining MSc (biotechnology) from Shri Guru Ram Rai (PG) College S G RR College. But instead of sitting idle, she again has joined Arunachal University of…

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NH-415 4-lane project | Itafort archeological site to be protected while building underpass

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Nov 28: The PWD (highway) authority has planned to build underpass along NH-415 here while protecting famous Itafort archeological site at Bank Tinali, after which the state capital has been named. Expressing concern over safety of Itafort archeological site (southern gate), adjacent to under construction Chandanagar-Papu Nallah four-lane from, Nirjuli PWD Highway division EE Nani Tath told media persons that various precautionary measures have been takne considering Itafort as a historical evidence. The road construction strip plan has provision of box type underpass, measuring around 110 meters…

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Arunachal Divyangjan Talent Hunt | 6 aspirants to vie for honour

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Nov 28: Melodious numbers rented the Siddhartha Hall on Thursday evening as seven aspirants competed for the maiden Arunachal Divyangjan Talent Hunt contest during fourth elimination round. Chief judge Pebi Ado (Bamang) assisted by judges Tadar Api and Chera Taring faced a tough challenge while large number of gathering, including Arunachal Divyangjan Welfare Society(ADWS) president Patung Tong, ADWS (youth wing) president Talam Takar, secretary Robin Natung (Arms wrestling gold medalist), overall in-charge Godak Tailong, Yama Taksing, Yalar Liruk greeted them with thunderous applause. However,…

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Guv seeks tribal community-centric projects from NCST

ITANAGAR, Nov 28: National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST), Chairman of Nand Kumar Sai called on Governor Brig. (Retd) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) at Raj Bhavan, here on Wednesday when they discussed about welfare programmes for tribal people, particularly the students. Dr Mishra, who has been closely monitoring the education and health sector, told the team to develop their habitats in these two vital areas. He requested Sai to introduce more tribal community-centric education and health projects. Emphasizing on enhancement of income generation activities to improve standard of life of tribals,…

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NCPCR lauds OWA for its humanitarian services

By AO News Service NAHARLAGUN, Nov 28: Appreciating Oju Welfare Association (OWA) led by its chairperson Ratan Anya, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) member Rosy Taba, on behalf of the Commission, lauded its outstanding services   with commitment for the greater welfare of suppressed and depressed children of the society. Taba, the first NCPCR member for the state, who had recently visited the OWA institution, in a letter to the chairperson, hoped that “You will continue to extend humanitarian services to them with renewed vigour in future too.

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